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When first meditating, meditate for only one minute at a time. This is important. Within one minute there is little time or space to have a poor, off-putting experience, it is also an amount of time that is easy to accommodate into our lives, so, again, nothing there to put us off meditating.
Continue to meditate for one minute at a time only. No more. Until, you have an enjoyable experience in meditation and subsequently want to do more meditation. This is important. The feeling of wanting and wishing to do more than one minute of meditation is vital to experience. Once that feeling of desire for more is present then extend to two minutes only. Repeat. One minute at a time build your practice, but only ever when the one, two, three, four etc. minutes you have done are not enough and you desire more. Then and only then extend your practice.
This method is very helpful because our practice is always based on a foundation of enjoyment. Meditation is never a chore, it is never something that needs to be done, and we gradually build a substantial practice that at every step has been enjoyable, and, as such, our minds only associate meditation with something enjoyable. This is very helpful.